Seeking LGBTQ+ youth art for Pride Month

Robert G. Mull

OUT Maine is seeking submissions of art, photography and writing by LGBTQ+ and allied youth of all ages (22 and younger) for the Youth Pride Art Show and Pride Walk which will take place during Pride Month (June).

The theme for the art and writing exhibitions follows Rockland Main Street’s “Visions of Inclusion.” According to Rockland Main Street “in order to have a resilient community, it is integral that all identities are included, celebrated, and given a platform to shape our future…expressing what it means to be a welcoming community and depicting one’s visions for the future.”

The Center for Maine Contemporary Art and Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s Erickson Fields Preserve have provided space for LGBTQ+ and allied youth to display their art, photography and writing to share their own Visions of Inclusion with Midcoast Maine.

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